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Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Vegetable Gardens
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Replace lawns with edible plants to make your landscape more productive. Think beyond the 4-by-4 box and consider terracing and other structural
Replace lawns with edible plants to make your landscape more productive. You can't eat your lawn, so why not replace some of it with vegetables
areas that struggle to survive in hot, sunny areas might be ideal for food production. Think beyond the 4-by-4 box and consider terracing and other structural
Replace lawns with edible plants to make your landscape more productive. You can't eat your lawn, so why not replace some of it with vegetables
areas that struggle to survive in hot, sunny areas might be ideal for food production. Think beyond the 4-by-4 box and consider terracing and other structural
“summer garden” — miakkia
{environmental concept}
1 Review
Assorted
Ideabooks27,447
Questions8
profit and we want to make sure our future clients have the same quality product seen in this photo.
profit and we want to make sure our future clients have the same quality product seen in this photo.
Try ornamental edibles for a productive front yard. Twining vines of peas, deep purple leaves of kale, dramatic
“Heining” — Gerda Rheeders
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
North Cove
Ideabooks7,631
Questions5
to the lake. I am assuming it needs a lot of fertilizer and weed control products. I face a similar dilemma at our lake cabin. What can be done to prevent
this usually prevents runoff. For information on the proper use of all products and runoff prevention in steep areas check with your local extension services
Large and simplistic. Clean lines outdoors without a lot of man made products.
fescue, perennial ryegrass) are better suited for cooler climates, are most productive in spring and fall, sometimes take more irrigation and are generally mowed
fescue, perennial ryegrass) are better suited for cooler climates, are most productive in spring and fall, sometimes take more irrigation and are generally mowed
“Steps in the grass” — marcikent
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks586
Questions2
Inorganic Mulch Inorganic mulches include all of the many rock products — from
you're sourcing products for your landscape.
Inorganic Mulch Inorganic mulches include all of the many rock products — from decomposed
Inorganic Mulch Inorganic mulches include all of the many rock products — from decomposed granite or crusher fines to cobblestones and riprap.
concrete also fall into this category. Think local when you're sourcing products for your landscape.
Inorganic MulchInorganic mulches include all of the many rock products — from decomposed granite or crusher fines to cobblestones and riprap. Recycled
concrete also fall into this category. Think local when you're sourcing products for your landscape.
“tumbled glass and arrangement of H/C” — pattyogardens
Amelia B. Lima & Associates
11 Reviews
Green Wall
Ideabooks13,687
Questions5
you to rethink that ugly fence or concrete block wall. There are several products, such as Woolly Pockets, available for creating a pocket-style planting
you to rethink that ugly fence or concrete block wall. There are several products, such as Woolly Pockets, available for creating a pocket-style planting
“Colocasia” — Signature Pools & Patios
JSL Exteriors Landscape Design/Build
Photo Gallery various projects
Ideabooks3,412
Questions4
These are called scupper wok bowl fountains from PhoenixPrecastProducts (dot com)
Design/Build These are called scupper wok bowl fountains from PhoenixPrecastProducts (dot com) July 12, 2013 at 1:30pm Like 2
“fountain” — videbeck
P2 Design
Santa Monica Canyon Retreat
Ideabooks933
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in the same direction. This attention to detail will make your finished product look more professional and polished. Cut the turf to fit your area using
in the same direction. This attention to detail will make your finished product look more professional and polished. Cut the turf to fit your area using
“Putt and fire” — cakost
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks50,353
Questions17
Hi glendadon, I personally have used a product from Bright Green (they have a listing on Houzz) and you can build the size
appearance of abstract art, especially when seen from a distance.More: Find products to help you "grow up"Unexpected Edible Gardens
“Succulent wall” — azabst
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